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Brian Sharp’s team-leading third home run of the summer proved to be the only bright spot in the Brooklyn Cyclones’ 6-1 loss at Aberdeen Wednesday night in front of 2,102 fans at Ripken Stadi … Full Article

Cyclones hit the skids after sizzling start

Brian Sharp’s team-leading third home run of the summer proved to be the only bright spot in the Brooklyn Cyclones’ 6-1 loss at Aberdeen Wednesday night in front of 2,102 fans at Ripken Stadium. … Full Article

Syndergaard and Vargas pitch in for Cyclones

Noah Syndergaard got his second taste of pitching in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon and Jason Vargas shined in his Staten Island debut Monday night as the Cyclones enjoyed a pair of sterling starts from Mets pitchers working their way back to the Major Leagues. … Full Article

Red-hot Cyclones putting 2017 behind them

The crowd of 4,805 celebrated wildly while the Brooklyn Cyclones gathered at home plate and along the first-base line to mob Kendall Coleman. … Full Article

Kyle Wilson discusses Brooklyn Cyclones debut

Kyle Wilson started his first game for the Brooklyn Cyclones on Wednesday night in what turned out to be a thrilling extra-inning game against the Hudson Valley Renegades at MCU Park in Coney Island. … Full Article

Pitching-rich Cyclones off to hot start

Second-year Cyclones manager Edgardo Alfonzo intimated even before this season began that pitching would be the key to Brooklyn’s success in 2018. Through four games, the former Mets second baseman has been proven right. … Full Article

Brooklyn native Manny Rodriguez makes Cyclones debut

Homegrown Brooklyn talent Manny Rodriguez was recently picked by his boyhood club the New York Mets in the 10th round of the MLB draft. He prepared for his debut with the Brooklyn Cyclones against the rival Staten Island Yankees, which took place on Friday. … Full Article

Fonzie eager to end Cyclones’ drought

Casey Stengel once pondered, “Can anyone here play this game?” … Full Article

Cyclones get richer with return of ex-manager Donnelly

In his third and final season as manager of the Brooklyn Cyclones, Rich Donnelly missed the playoffs for the first time. He also won the hearts of Brooklyn baseball fanatics for life during that summer of 2013. … Full Article

Mets’ first-rounder can follow Nimmo’s path

Jarred Kelenic, the Mets’ first-round pick in this week’s Major League Draft, has a blueprint for success to follow as he begins his progression toward the big leagues, and the starting point is right here in Brooklyn. … Full Article

Former Cyclone P.J. Conlon makes history in MLB debut

The crowd was sparse, but the fans who showed up in Cincinnati Monday night to witness the historic Major League debut of former Brooklyn Cyclones southpaw P.J. Conlon were certainly hardy. … Full Article

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